Montréal’s Underground City

What started as a solution to cover old railway tracks soon became an integral part of Montréal’s urban planning. Learn more about the history and purpose of the Underground City.

Civil Rights History: Nashville Sit-ins

Greensboro, North Carolina, is often considered as the site of the first sit-ins of the American civil rights movement. But, in truth, activists in Nashville carried out the first “test” sit-ins in late 1959. Read on to learn more about Nashville’s role in peaceful demonstrations in the Civil Rights movement.

A Walking Tour of Historic Gastown

The birthplace of Vancouver, officially named Granville in 1870 has always been known as Gastown, for saloon owner “Gassy Jack” Deighton. Take this suggested walking tour and learn more about the area and its colorful history.

The Parthenon in Nashville’s Centennial Park

Centennial Park’s life-size replica of the Greek Parthenon is a monument to the creativity and energy of the New South, and also to Nashville’s distinction as the Athens of the South. Read more about the history of Nashville’s Parthenon and reasons why you should go beyond admiring the exterior and step inside.